Aerngy Inc. is a company with a vision. Citing three major problems in the nation and the world — rising electricity costs in the U.S., the global energy crisis, and climate change — it is seeking to enable consumers globally with access to free and environmentally clean produced electricity. Aerngy are seeking to develop a solution to the global energy crisis, reduce the world’s dependence on non-renewable resources and to improve overall conservation efforts. And CEO Javad Afshar believes that development of their system can do just that and provide a long lasting impact in the world and the future sustainability of the planet.
Aerngy was born when Javad met Branko Bem about two years ago, when Branko had applied for a patent on storing energy. Javad, who holds a B.Sc in electronics and an M.Sc. DIC and Ph.D. research in Operational Research and Management, has 40 years of experience in executive positions in various manufacturing, import export and construction industries, and is a cofounder of several startup companies. Branko has a B.Sc and M.Sc. in mechanical engineering, along with 40 years of experience in engineering design, automation, robotics and control systems. He also holds 13 issued and 23 pending patents.
Together they collaborated and cofounded the project, and have assembled a highly qualified and motivated team of experienced Scientist, Engineers, Inventors, Innovators, Financial and Marketing experts to manage Aerngy. The team has diversity in skills, gender, ethnicity and years of experience.
Javad cites rising electricity costs in the U.S., noting a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics stating that 2014 was the most expensive year for electricity, as a reason to look towards reducing the use of non-renewable energy and increasing the use of sustainable green energies. As shown in the figure below, prices have risen dramatically since 2005, and look to continue this trend overtime. Afshar believes that using his system, any single family home or small businesses will be able to produce low to zero cost electricity.
Aerngy also seeks to provide a cost-effective solution to the global energy shortage problem affecting most underdeveloped countries. Today, countries like China and India rely on carbon-polluting coal and other fossil fuels to generate electricity. And estimates are that 1.5 billion individuals in third world countries have no access to electricity at all.
After two and a half years of working on this project Aerngy has created a built the proof of concept solution to this problem. Using solar or wind to power an electric motor connected to a compressor, the device stores energy as compressed air in an attached tank. Then the compressed air is run through a second air-motor and attached generator to create electricity on demand. This is packaged as a single unit and Aerngy states it can be used anywhere in the world serving as a standalone power generator system. Initial testing of the prototype unit has provided encouraging results and development is ongoing. This system, when developed, will generate green energy with zero emissions and be a powerful tool which can help protect our planet.
For more information, inquiries can be directed to Javad Afshar at email@example.com.